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kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live from san francisco with more on what happened in the wee hours. anne. >> reporter: yeah. the investigation into what caused this fire is just beginning. pg&e just arrived on scene. they are trying to make sure that this area is safe for firefighters. firefighters have sort of taken a step back in the past half- hour. there was the possibility that there was some sort of gas issue at the home where this fire started. so pg&e crews making sure that this area is safe and you can see some of the damage here on the homes behind me. we think the fire started at the home in the middle of the block and extended to two homes on either side. take a look at this cell phone shot by the fire department after it started about midnight. again, likely in the building in the middle of the block here on hattie at market street. [ loud background noise ] >> reporter: six adults and one child got out safely and
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firefighters had it under control at 2 a.m. >> you look at the extent of the fire that we have in these buildings here and look at how this block goes up, just amazed we were able to stop it with just three buildings. [ loud background noise ] >> reporter: one cat is missing this morning. somebody thought they saw it run out. but people are very upset about the possibility that the cat may have been hurt in the fire. sorry. it's loud out here. live on scene, pg&e does its work to make sure this area is safe for people to be in. i want to mention three firefighters were injured in this fire. one is in the hospital this morning expected to be okay. but he has a broken arm. live in san francisco, anne makovec kpix 5. >> a little loud in that live shot! but anne did a great job. the presidential campaign enters the home stretch with a third and final debate in the books. weijia jang has more on the
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contentious back and forth between donald trump and hillary clinton. >> such a nasty woman. >> by making -- >> reporter: the showdown ended as it began without a handshake between the nominees. a controversial moment came when donald trump refused to say whether he would accept the outcome of the general election. >> i will tell you at the time. i'll keep you in suspense. >> that's horrifying! >> reporter: at least three republican senators including arizona's jeff flake immediately condemned the remarks on social media as did clinton's campaign. the third and final debate here in las vegas was dominated by substance from abortion to the economy to alleged russian interference in the election. >> from everything i see, has no respect for this person. >> well, that's because he would rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppet. no puppet. you're the puppet. >> reporter: voters go to the polls in three weeks on
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election day. weijia jang, cbs news, las vegas. >> clinton and trump will both deliver remarks at the alfred smith memorial dinner in new york tonight. it benefits charities that serve new york's poor children. time now 6:03. let's get a check of the roads with roqui. >> thank you, kenny. okay, good news. that bart delay is over and bart is on time. if you are heading into the peninsula, you have tomorrow major delays in hayward due to this southbound 880 after highway 92, three vehicle crash. it's blocking the two left lanes. tow is on scene trying to clear the situation. but as you can see, traffic is backed up all the way into san leandro already. however, on the brighter side as well, this looks okay if you are heading into the peninsula across the span of the san mateo bridge. it's just tough getting to it. 15 minutes. to the bay bridge toll plaza, those metering lights turned on at 5:29 this morning. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze along the eastshore freeway to
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the maze will take you 25 minutes and then expect about a 20-minute drive through the toll plaza into downtown san francisco. traffic is backed up to the tip of the maze. that's traffic. how's the weather? >> we have showers in the forecast tonight. how about that! yes. showers. meteor showers. in fact, we are going to have clear skies in the coast to the bay to our inland areas and if you look up in the sky, you will be able to see per hour. look not north. give your eyes time to adjust and stay away from the bright lights and a perfect night for that. the coast is clear. we have an offshore flow right now looking towards the bay bridge. we can see the top of the tower there in the blinging red lights. clear skies, no stratus. temperatures are in the 40s and internet. it is now 49 degrees in livermore. high temperatures will go up today. today the warmest day of the workweek and probably the last time we see and realize 80s for quite some time. 70s at the beaches in pacifica through half moon bay into moss
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and montara beaches, even high 70s in santa cruz. 70s into south city. 80s at the peninsula. 80s cupertino into los gatos, saratoga, 85 morgan hill. east bay numbers from the low 80s in pleasanton, livermore, danville, alamo, blackhawk, all the way into diablo. 84 degrees in brentwood. 85 in discovery bay. you'll notice carquinez straits into the low 80s. the winds will be offshore 10 to 15. 73 in san francisco today. north of the golden gate bridge, low 70s in stinson beach. low 80s in novato. we have bona fide showers in the forecast. we'll talk about it coming up at 18 after the hour. a funeral set this morning for flo douglas a resident of the east san jose foothills who died after she was beaten during a home invasion robbery. the 88-year-old was known as miss flo. a suspect is in custody. the service for her will be at
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11 a.m. at st. paul missionary baptist church on san antonio street. the ceo of backpage.com says the accusations against him are politically motivated. back page ceo carl ferrer and two former owners of the site are charged with pimping and trafficking of prostitutes. the ag said they allowed the site to become a haven for the trafficking of minors. defense attorneys say federal law prevents website operators from being prosecuted for content posted by their users and kamala harris is using the case to help her image. harris is warmly ensconced in the united states senate by the time her blatant violation of the first amendment and the federal law are finally adjudicated. harris says it's unrelated to the senate bid. for the tires time san jose gun owners could be told what to do with their guns when they
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are not at home. kpix 5's maria medina reports. >> reporter: good morning. you know what, city leaders are just really tired of guns going into the wrong hands. so last night, a city council committee voted unanimously for the city council members to look at this measure that would make you lock up your gun when not at home. it is already a law for you to lounge your gun if you have children in the home but this law would take it a step further and make you put in a lock box or disable it when not at home. the proposal would also make san jose gun owners report their guns stolen within 48 hours and require ammunition vendors to record sales but prop 63 which is on the november ballot would already make those two things law if voters pass it. of course, many gun and business owners say this proposal goes too far. for example, what if there's a burglary and you need your gun right away? this proposal would also tell you what to do with your gun if you are in your car. we'll tell you more about that coming up at the next half- hour. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. a suspect spent is under
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arrest with the killing of a sheriff's deputy in modoc county. it happened yesterday morning south of alturas. the chp says the deputy was shot responding to an emergency call in a rural area. he is identified as 31-year-old jack hopkins. he joined the force last year. the cause is under investigation. as we want our sixth -- as we enter our sixth year of drought, water regulators recommend leaving more water for fish in the sacramento river delta. the water resources control board recommends the state leave more water in the river system for at least three seasons a year. the delta currently provides water used by two-thirds of california's population and at least three million acres of farmland. thousands of state workers in california could be inching closer to a strike. local 1,000 represents 95,000 workers. the state government's largest union. the main issue is pay right now. the union has called for a
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strike vote of its members beginning next week. time now 6:08. ♪[ music ] >> the fake accounts scandal involving wells fargo could get a whole lot worse for executives at the bank. why a criminal investigation is now under way. >> and san francisco's sinking skyscraper has promised a change of plans for another luxury high-rise nearby. >> so today is going to pan out to be the warmest day of the workweek and now we have showers back in the forecast. i'll tell you exactly when and how much to expect. >> and your drive time through the bay bridge toll plaza is getting longer and our traffic along the altamont pass is getting worse! we'll tell you how it's looking when we come back. don't go anywhere. >> close d captioning for this newscast is sponsorted by "living spaces furniture" ,,,,,,,,,,
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tobacco companies knew that smoking kills. and they lied about it for decades. now they're lying about prop 56.
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if you don't use tobacco, you don't pay. smokers pay - their fair share of the 3 billion in health care costs all taxpayers are paying now. and there's one more thing: our kids. every state that's significantly raised tobacco taxes has reduced youth smoking. please. vote yes on 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it. sharing a ten by ten room,ng threestruggling.nding,
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i rent this place and then i started home sharing. my roommates help out all the time. they are glad to meet the guests and that opportunity that airbnb has given me is such a priceless gift. i was able to take three months off to take car of my family during a family tragedy. the extra income that i get from airbnb has been a huge impact in my life. that's it. that's the scene. this is our live weather camera atop mount vaca perched 2500
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feet up and we're looking out due east. that's the spot that we will see the sun begin to make an appearance first out of all of our weathercam was. official sun-up is at 7:24. by the time it sets at 6:25, today into the 80s! we have your traffic and weather just four minutes away. weather officials are expecting record-breaking heat today for much of southern california. that could mean more brush fires like this one. this is in the san fernando valley. temperatures are expected to top 100 degrees in the hottest coastal and valley locations. mix that with hot wind gusts and it's a recipe for fire. a jury in los angeles has cleared pro basketball player derrick rose and two friends in a lawsuit that accused them of raping an unconscious ex- girlfriend. the federal jury deliberated for three hours yesterday and determined the claim against rose and his friends was not credible. no criminal charges have been filed in the case. but los angeles police say they are still investigating.
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a new study suggests that california school districts are too quick to call police on students. the report from the aclu studied 119 public school systems in the state. more than half of them largely leave it up to their staff to determine when to call police. the study suggests that leeway makes it much more likely that police will get involved in minor incidents. it also found that black students were three times as likely to get in trouble and be charged with an offense than white students. wells fargo's bad week just got worse. now the justice department is launching a criminal investigation into this fake accounts scandal. that means the san francisco- based bank will have to fork over a lot of information, as well. whatever the department of justice finds could be used to send bank executives to prison. >> wells fargo is going to be held up as the example. this is what you don't do. and this is what's gonna happen if you decide to go down this road. >> prosecutors will decide if
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it's identity theft. the state of california is not doing business with the bank and the ceo resigned. san francisco's sinking sky rise is prompting the developer to redesign the foundation of its newest luxury condo project. the 58-story millennium tower on mission street has sunk 16 inches and is leaning two inches. the building sits on a concrete slap, not bedrock. the same developer is building the 45-story condo tower at 706 mission. it also sits on a concrete slab. but because of the troubles with the millennium tower, the developer is considering anchoring the new tower to bedrock. the building is safe and the change is to avoid bad publicity. big waves added to the drama as surfers from around the world competed in the red bull heavy water event in san francisco. athletes raced around stand-up paddle boards over 7 miles from
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ocean beach to the san francisco yacht club. now, if the length of the race wasn't grueling enough, competitors also have to deal with 10-foot and larger waves. >> i get the feeling that maybe an extreme sport has just been born out here today. >> perhaps. i don't know that they all would want to do it again, judging by what is going on. it's brutal. >> by the way, ky lenny of hawaii won the competition. [ applause ] >> and he won other competitions, too. he is the world champion and this is the first time it's ever been in san francisco and they hope to include this on the world tour from now on. but with waves like that, they canceled it because you nailed it because it was too sloppy with the 12-foot surf. >> then it was 7 to 9 yesterday. but can you imagine that? >> no. >> no. >> i tried stand-up paddling before. >> but not in waves. >> even if there's like a one- foot wave it will kind of knock you off the board. it is tough. [ overlapping speakers ] >> golden gate bridge, it to chris is he field, golden gate
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fields, three times. >> it's fun to watch. >> i have been surfing in hawaii him. and i couldn't get off my knees. i couldn't stand up. >> try harder next time. >> i know. >> stand-up paddling. >> maybe that will do it. [ laughter ] let's talk about traffic now. starting with highway 4, if you heading out of antioch/pittsburg area you will be in slow-moving traffic. traffic at just 19 miles per hour. hillcrest to 242 westbound will take a slow 30 minutes. down to the altamont pass, as we look at slow traffic from 205 in tracy on through livermore, we have 39 miles per hour. and then we have ten miles per hour and then just 20 miles per hour once you get to north flynn road. frees up through livermore and then slow in the dublin interchange, as well. moving over to a very slow commute if you are heading to the san mateo bridge southbound 880 after 92, there's a three- vehicle crash still blocking lanes. crews are out there trying to
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clear it right now for you. but that traffic is backing up all the way past 238 into san leandro. but on the brighter side the san mateo bridge is looking good once you get to it. and here's a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. that traffic is backed up into the maze now. the maze to downtown, a slow 26 minutes. back to you. >> thank you. >> this is a magical encounter between human and horse. here's a really great show. above the big top we have clear skies in san jose. the bright lights there. sunrise is in another hour. 47 in santa rosa. we have a shoulder of clouds off the coast. these clouds are all associated with a deepening marine layer.
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it's moving closer to the coast. lower temperatures tomorrow. today is the warmest day of the week and probably the last time we realize high temperatures in the 80s for quite some time. this is futurecast and we are seeing clouds gathering an moving closer towards the sunset district. by this time tomorrow we'll have a deck of low clouds and fog from ocean beach to pacifica backing all the way into santa cruz. you can see the clouds on the approach there. and notice, the cloud cover inching its way through the bay inland towards hayward. clouds begin to retreat and then we see that right there, a line of some clouds. this is a swath of energy all associated with atmospheric river. right here, notice these clouds backed up all the way to the hawaiian islands. a little bit of precipitation is associated with it. so and it erodes this huge ridge of high pressure, we have have that slight chance of rain in the north bay on sunday. until then, enjoy the 80s today here locally. we are talking 70s in throughout the central valley.
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57 degrees in the high sierra where currently it's 28 degrees. 67 degrees in monterey bay. low 70s in ukraine ukiah and redding. sun-up at 7:24. 2 minutes and 17 seconds less daylight hours today. nights are getting colder in the 40s and 50s. here's your extended forecast. it looks like cooler conditions tomorrow. but still above average. seasonal saturday, we cloud up on sunday. that will lead to a slighted chance of rain showers. also, another chance of rain showers by tuesday. if we see any rain on tuesday, it will be minimal generally less than a quarter inch. that's a look at your weather forecast. sports is next. ♪[ music ] and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, can the cubs finally score a run against the dodgers? and guess who is the happiest man on earth. traded from the a's, coco crisp is on fire. the story straight ahead. about your scho and what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at coolschools@kpix.com. we may come and featu re your school on the show.
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good morning. the cubs' 108-year title drought may be getting the attention this post-season but the team with the second longest drought the cleveland indians with a win last night would be one step closer to ending that dubious distinction. the blue jays were planning to go back to cleveland for the 6th but in the fourth coco crisp does it again. he homered in a game where the indians can clinch a title three times in the post-season. they shut out the jays 3-0. the indians advance to the first world series title since 1997. they will be trying to win it for the first time since the truman administration. what a shock, dodgers fans in game 4 should have just turned around.
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top of the fourth chicago 2-0. the former a's prospect addison russell had just one hit in the post-season coming into tonight. gone! cubs win 10-2. they tie that series at 2 games apiece. ♪[ music ] good night, this is a huge fish! >> check it out. these fishermen near bermuda pulled in a 14-pound lobster by accident. they are actually fishing for snapper. despite the size this lobster is still 30 pounds lighter than the largest lobster ever caught on record. lobster for everybody today. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. it is 6:25. a community comes together to take a stand against violence in the wake of this week's shooting at a bay area school. >> reporter: and 7 people are out of their homes, three
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san jose city leaders fed up with guns getting into the wrong hands. >> their target gun owners. how they are calling the shots with a proposed law. >> tesla as a new rival staking a claim in silicon valley. >> showers in the forecast tonight. okay, meteor showers! we are going to talk about that straight ahead. >> and two new crashes to report for you in the oakland and castro valley areas on 580. we'll tell you where it is.
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coming up. good morning, it is thursday, october 20. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. some firefighters in san francisco are dealing with injuries from an early-morning fire that displaced several people. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live from san francisco with details on what happened. anne. >> reporter: three firefighters were injured fighting this fire in the castro district. one of them is in the hospital this morning with a broken arm. he is expected to beyou can see the scene here behind me glass all over the sidewalk. okay. this is hattie at market street. pec is on scene right now. in fact, the firefighters have sort of stepped back. pg&e making sure that this area is even safe to be in right now. it might have been caused by a gas issue under the homes. that investigation is ongoing. you can see some of the damage left behind. take a look at the cell phone video shot by the fire soon after they arrived about midnight.
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the fire spread from one building to each other on each side. so total, three buildings burned one unoccupied. the people who lived there moved on the on the first of the month. but six adults, one child ran out safely. this fire was under control at about 2 a.m. >> it was a large fire moving rapidly. we put a lot of firefighters on it to keep it to just the three buildings. that's the challenge. >> now, the red cross right now helping the six adults and the one child find temporary housing as the investigation into exactly what caused the fire begins. there is also one missing cat reported a couple of roommates had a cat. somebody did report seeing the cat run out. so hopefully the cat is safe this morning. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. all right, anne, thank you
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so much. time now is 6:31. all right. "ro," seems like we might have some really night conditions tonight for some star gazing. >> we have showers in the forecast. >> okay. >> showers. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> meteor showers, right? >> there you go. we have real bona fide showers in the forecast for sunday just a slight chance in the north bay and then again on tuesday as well but tonight, if you are out and about you might want to go ahead and do some star gazing as kenny was referring to. this is it. we have our annual meteor shower with up to 20 meteors. give your eyes time to adjust and stay away from the bright city lights. it will be a great night for meteor showers due to the fact that we are right smack in the midst of an offshore flow. clear skies in san jose right now. the air temperature is now dipped to 52. otherwise it's in the mid-40s in santa rosa. high 40s in livermore. it's now 50 in redwood city. today's numbers going up. it's going to be the warmest day of the workweek with the coast clear, 70s there of half moon bay through moss and montara beaches.
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santa cruz in the high 70s. 80 degrees in sunnyvale. peninsula in the upper 70s and low 80s. 58 in morgan hill. 86 in gilroy. 85 in morgan hill. low 80s around alviso. rim of the bay high 70s. further east temperatures in 84 in brentwood, 85 discovery bay. 80s common around the carquinez bridge carquinez strait. 80s santa clara, terra linda. upstream far reaches84. so we talked about the meteor showers for tonight. we'll tell you how much rain to expect. that's coming up. first here's roqui. >> i better get a new umbrella. time now 6:33. let's head to the oakland castro valley area where we have two new crashes eastbound
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580 before 10 sixth avenue. a two-car crash, partially blocking that left lane at 106 avenue. a big rig versus a car crash blocking the crow canyon road on-ramp. not causing much delay. now moving over to worse news in hayward, southbound 880 after highway 92, that is the san mateo bridge. a three-vehicle crash is off to the side now but still a lot of residual backup from the earlier crash. traffic is moving at 20 miles per hour and it is definitely backed up well into san leandro. now, how's it looking getting on to the san mateo bridge? slow but once you get there, still slow. 880 to 101 westbound will take you 20 minutes. very slow commute into the peninsula. i'll send it to you, kenny. roqui, thank you. a deadly shooting in san jose raising more questions than answers. the victim was brought into regional medical center with gunshot wound and died a short time before nine p.m. investigators are still trying to determine where the shooting
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happened. the motive is unknown and no suspects have been identified. the san jose city council will soon be calling the shots when it comes to legal gun owners and where they put their guns when not at home. kpix 5's maria medina is live at san jose city hall where the proposal could move forward. maria. >> reporter: michelle, you know what? this proposal is actually getting some pushback but like it or not, city council members are set to look at the measure that would require gun owners to lock them up once they step outside their home. now, it's already law for you to lock it up if you have kids in your home. but this law would take it a step further. it would force to you put it in a lock box or disable it when you're not at home. now, the proposal also included putting your gun in a lock box when you're not in your car much like the lock boxes that were recently installed in santa clara county sheriff's patrol and personal cars. >> we don't want guns in the hands of people who shouldn't have firearms. so not only are we equipping all of our patrol cars and our unmarked patrol cars, but we're also issuing them to deputies to secure in their own cars.
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>> reporter: and that was the sheriff just last week. now, the proposal would also make san jose gun owners report their guns stolen within 48 hours and make ammo vendors record sales electronically. but prop 63 on the november ballot would already make those two things as well as locking up your gun when you're not in your car law if voters pass it. of course, gun and business owners say that the measure goes too far. for example, if there's a break- in, in their home, it would take a lot longer if their guns were locked up. live in san jose, maria medina, kpix 5. pluses are trying to track down the gunman behind a school shooting in san francisco. four teens were wounded in a campus parking lot this week. investigators believe that one of the victims was targeted. students at june jordan high school were stunned. >> worried about everyone. >> it was really eye-opening for all of us but what are we
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going to do to move on? this afternoon some of the victims will attend an event by united playas a group wanting to end violence. you may not recognize the name leeco but the chinese electric carmaker has big plans for silicon valley. the automaker unveiled this autonomous electric car in san francisco yesterday. they want to give tesla a run for its money. in cars and square footage. leeco just bought upland in santa clara and are building a new research and development complex. time now 6:37. the third and final presidential debate didn't disappoint. kpix 5 political reporter melissa caen will join us to some some of the night's big moments and where the campaigns go from here. ,,
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tobacco companies knew that smoking kills. and they lied about it for decades. now they're lying about prop 56. if you don't use tobacco, you don't pay. smokers pay - their fair share of the 3 billion in health care costs all taxpayers are paying now. and there's one more thing: our kids. every state that's significantly raised tobacco taxes has reduced youth smoking. please. vote yes on 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it.
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6:40. high 70s in san mateo today and then we jump up to the 80- degree mark in los altos through palo alto and also into burlingame and in belmont. south bay numbers stacking up to 85 degrees in morgan hill. then swing around to the eastern portion of our bay area highs in the low and mid-80s. antioch 83 degrees. a shoutout to vallejo at 82. good morning to you and bodega bay. high 60s and low 70s at stinson beach. occidental in the out. lakeport high 70s. turning to the economy now some disappointing news for a
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silicon valley mainstay ebay. joining us now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. good morning, kenny. tough times this morning for ebay. the san jose firm did top earnings expectations for the 3rd quarter. but its 4th quarter forecast which is critical because of the holidays came in well below expectations. the ceo says the company is taking a little bit longer in its makeover transitioning from its old auction style site to one that's a bit more modern to resonate with younger shoppers focused on deals for popular brands. as a result, it's got a weaker forecast and investors are not happy about that. it's all about what can you do for me next on wall street? and shares are down 9% in the early going. tesla is betting big on its self-driving technology. elon musk saying that it's going to install self-driving hardware on all new tesla cars. his goal is that by the end of 2017, a tesla car will be able to drive from los angeles to new york without the driver's
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hands ever touching the wheel. that's incredibly ambitious. most other carmakers like nissan and ford are looking at about 2021 or so before any of their autonomous car can make it on the roads. google also looking at 2020. stock market opening a little bit lower this morning. let's go to the big board and see how we're doing so far. did have a positive session yesterday. but a lot of those gains disappearing. dow down 30. nasdaq down 19. s&p lower by 5. and shares in tesla are down by 3% on its news. kenny and michelle, back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." charlie rose joins us from new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. donald trump refuses to say if he will accept the election results. and so we will look at that and other big moments from the debate. norah and gayle lead our coverage from las vegas. we'll also talk with democratic
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vice-presidential nominee tim kaine. and we have my conversation with tiger woods about his golf, his marriage, and his only regret in life. the for more news and information, be sure to tune in right now to "good the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> should be interesting. he is not wearing a hat in that interview. very good. [ laughter ] >> all right. charlie, thanks so much. >> famous nike black hat. >> never see that anymore. >> and the red shirt. time now 6:44. let's get a check of traffic with roqui. >> thank you, kenny. yeah, let's head out to mountain view. we have a new crash in the south bay. now we are finally touching that area if you are out there. westbound 237 before highway 85. it's a solo car crash and it is blocking the left lane. crews are on the way to clear it but luckily traffic not too bad in the area as you can see, just about 65, 60 miles per hour in that spot. moving over to the rest of the south bay, we have northbound 101 between that 280/680 split to 237 will take about 17 minutes. downtown san jose, between 101,
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680 split to highway 85, that will take you 17 minutes. guadalupe parkway commute from 85 to 101 just an easy 10 minutes. now, to another story here in hayward. if you are headed to the san mateo bridge, you will want to listen to this. southbound 880 after highway 92, this three vehicle crash has been cleared off the shoulder but still a lot of residual backup here all the way into san leandro and getting on to the san mateo bridge is not going to be easy and then getting across the span will not be easy either. 880 to 101 will take you 26 minutes. that's a look at your traffic. roberta, how are you doing? >> how you doing? >> how you doing? >> i'm doing okay. good morning, everybody. >> how you doing? [ laughter ] >> 6:45 this morning. how ya doing? this is our live weather camera looking out there mount vaca. official sun-up at 7:24 this morning and boy, we are going to have clear skies inland. around the bay. into the peninsula. and offshore. 47 degrees right now in santa rosa. it is now 48 in redwood city.
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it's in the high 40s in livermore so you require a sweater or a light jacket heading out. peggy in petaluma our weather watchers right now 44 degrees. north bay numbers all in the 40s. concord now also in the high 40s. good morning, ron. high darrell in alameda suggesting it's 51 degrees there. satellite-radar see this right here a shield of clouds moving to the coast will knock back temperatures on friday. so today the warmest day of this workweek, marine layer makes its presence known on friday. and then we do have a chance of rain showers in the north bay on sunday. futurecast again during the afternoon hours the coast is clear. and then we do see the intrusion of the low clouds and fog into the bay this time tomorrow morning making tracks all the way inland towards hayward. otherwise wrapping around the santa cruz beaches. and then saturday oh, look at this right here. this is a swath of clouds breaking away shearing off from that right there.
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it's a atmospheric river trailing off all the way into the hawaiian islands. going to break down that ridge of high pressure bringing us 80s today. not so much in throughout the central valley in the 70s. it's currently 28 going up to 57 in the high sierra. low 70s in redding. today we'll see temperatures into the 80s inland. tonight dropping down into the 40s and 50s. so the daylight is getting shorter. cooler days due to the marine layer. saturday seasonal autumn day then a chance of north bay rain showers with a swath of cloudiness over the entire area on sunday. another chance of rain showers on monday. and that chance will be a tents to quarter inch of rain. that's a look at your thursday forecast. enjoy your day, everyone. thank you. to politics now. the final presidential debate is in the books and we have less than 3 weeks to go [chuckling] until election day [chuckling] >> kpix 5's melissa caen joins us now with more on an eventful debate. and melissa, one of the most
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shocking moments, think, is when donald trump said that he doesn't know if he will accept the election results! what did you think about that? >> you know, he has been saying for a while now that the election might be rigged and there are actually people in the republican party not happy with this. they run the elections locally. that means in a number of places republicans are actually in charge of elections. for example, ohio governor john kasich is a republican. he called the claims of rigging silly and said it's like saying we never landed on the moon. moderator chris wallace asked the candidates whether they would accept the results of the election. >> do you make the same commitment that you will absolutely, sir, that you will absolutely accept the results of this election? >> i will look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything now. i'll look at it at the time. >> that's horrifying! every time donald thinks things are not going in his direction, he claims whatever it is is rigged against him. >> reporter: this issue is
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causing so much buzz today!! the "associated press" called trump's answer a threat to the fundamental pillar of american democracy. even some republicans are pointing out, though, that al gore contested election results in the year 2000. he did ultimately concede. it looks like on election day things will be dicey. >> we have to wait and see who wins. seems like there seems to be more discussion of the issues facing the country last night particularly abortion. is there reason for that and what do you think the reaction is to the comments made by the bolt candidates. >> reporter: i think people would be surprised to know this is the third debate and -- but it's the first time the candidates debated with each other about abortion. the differences between the two were very stark. >> based on what she is saying and based on where she is going and where she has been, you can take the baby and rip the baby out of the womb in the ninth month on the final day. and that's not acceptable. >> well, that is not what happens in these cases. and using that kind of, um,
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scare rhetoric is just terribly unfortunate. >> now, clinton also talked about how in her term as secretary of state she visited countries where abortions either forced by the state or where it is prohibited by the state. and so the government has no business in that personal decision, according to clinton. >> we have 2.5 weeks from election day [chuckling] what can we expect as the campaign enters the final days? >> certainly not getting more quiet, just this morning at 8 a.m. west coast time gloria allred will be making an announcement. she claims she will be revealing another woman to alleges that trump is guilty of sexual misconduct. now, the candidates themselves are back on the campaign trail. and the next few days clinton will be in north carolina, new hampshire, iowa and florida. trump will also be in florida, iowa, new hampshire as well as wisconsin and michigan. but i presume they will be avoiding each other. >> no handshakes in the near
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future. >> before or after the debate. >> we saw them on the debate stage and i thought maybe we will never see these two people on the same stage again [chuckling] maybe ever. >> quite possible. what about the moderators? a lot of people are talking about the moderators in all the debates. last night chris wallace. >> huge support support chris wallace across the board republicans and democrats. we are used to accusations of bias after every debate. we really didn't see that here. he really did manage to keep it on track and it's one of the reasons why this seemed to be more substantive than the others. >> all right. melissa, thanks so much. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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they've staged a two-week hunger strike to protest solitary confinement and living conditions t more than 100 inmates are on a hunger strike for two weeks to protest solitary confinement and living conditions they say are cruel. the inmates want the sheriff's
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office to limit the use of solitary confinement and give inmates greater access to education programs. they plan to end their protest on october 30. ive things to know at the :55. the battle to retake the city of mosul continues to heat up. iraqi special forces have now joined the offensive against the stronghold. the prime minister says it's progressing faster than originally thought. the presidential candidates are back on the campaign trail in key states following last night's debate. hillary clinton and donald trump went toe to toe on issues like russia, the economy and immigration. both candidates will be in new york for a charity event tonight. all right. cleveland is headed to the world series. the new al champs beat the toronto blue jays in toronto yesterday to get the win and the sweep. the cleveland team faces the wish of the dodgers-cubs series. los angeles is up two games to one. earthquake drills will be held all over california this
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morning for the ninth annual great american shake-out. students will learn to drop, cover and hold on. the drill takes place at 10:20 this morning. some transit systems including bart will also participate. funeral services are scheduled today for a beloved san jose woman who was beaten to death during a home invasion last month. the funeral for flo douglas better known as miss flo starts at 11 at a church on east san antonio street. i'm anne makovec live in san francisco where an overnight fire has displaced 7 people and left three firefighters injured one is in the hospital this morning with a broken arm. you can see part of the scene here behind me and some of the damage to the home. that's where firefighters think the fire broke out and then spread to homes on either side. check out the cell phone video shot by the fire department. this fire broke out just after midnight, quickly spreading to
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three buildings total. one of them was unoccupied. the residents had just moved out on the first of the month and everybody got out safely. firefighters got it under control at 2 a.m. >> you look at the extent of the fire that we have in these buildings here, and you look at how this goes up, and again, just amazed that we were able to stop it with just three buildings. >> so the red cross is now helping the people who are out of their homes. [ large jackhammering in the background ] >> s at investigation into how this started began. [ inaudible ] >> pg&e is jackhammering away! [ inaudible ] time now 6:57. let's take a look at slow- moving conditions in the hayward area. starting here with westbound 92 that's the san mateo bridge before industrial boulevard. so actually right before the san mateo bridge is a stalled
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big rig blocking that right lane and crews are trying to clear it but it takes a long time to clear. also on the opposite side, northbound 880 at the 238 washington avenue split a three- vehicle crash still blocking the left lane. and then we have traffic moving at just 13 miles per hour and 18 miles per hour on to the san mateo bridge. let's look at the san mateo bridge. 880 to 101 will take you a long 28 minutes. and keep in mind there is a crash in oakland at high street. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. good morning, everyone. this is beautiful. this is our transamerica pyramid view looking due east. can you see it? the mountain in the background. isn't that pretty? that means visibility is unlimited. we have an offshore flow temperature-wise into the 40s. you do require a jacket as you head out the door. hey, san francisco is at 57 going up to highs today in the low 70s. 70s at the beaches. let's go! 80 around the peninsula today.
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low 80s inland. the winds will be offshore 10 to about 15 miles per hour. we see the return of the marine layer tomorrow cooler temperatures, a slight chance of rain sunday and tuesday. vintners in sonoma county make all types of wine but they might want to consider making a cat-bernet. that's because two mountain lions just paid a visit to one of their vineyards. this is at kenwood vineyards. the cougars lounging around relaxing like house cats. the property has a game camera and captured the footage of the wildlife in the vineyards. but the mountain lions were a surprise. >> i never thought i would see them playing like fat cats next to the vineyard. they look like regular house cats. happier to see them on video than in person. >> the vineyard owner says that all the wildlife is a sign of a healthy environment in the neighborhood. >> boy.
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>> cougars and i thought we were in danville for a moment. >> just kidding. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning viewers in the west it is thursday, october 20th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." our hard-hitting time presidential debate produces a stunning remark. norah and gayle are in las vegas. donald trump refuses to say he'll accept the election results. and he accuses hillary clinton of weakening border security. >> clinton says that trump would be the russian president's puppet. our poller voters in battle ground states reveal who they think won the debate. >> bus scam artists target students demanding thousands of dollars to pay a phony tax and tiger woods tells charlie about his comeback. >> we begin with a look at

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